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Old 07-07-2019, 12:32 AM #31
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Like here on the light gray portion. It doesnít follow the tailored bolster of the seat but stretches across it perhaps a half inch or so above the actual cloth seat.


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Like here on the light gray portion. It doesnít follow the tailored bolster of the seat but stretches across it perhaps a half inch or so above the actual cloth seat.


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you'll probably have to adjust it a little to get the seat cushion to fit where it wants to.

As for the seat back portion, it will eventually conform, but it might take a while. My driver seat has conformed to the seat back, but my passenger hasn't....since it's not in use everyday. I thought about sitting in the passenger seat while I chill during lunchtime at work....but you know how that goes, laziness gets the best of us.
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you'll probably have to adjust it a little to get the seat cushion to fit where it wants to.
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yeah.. i just had pulled too much of the cover thru the back of the seat and then cranked the straps tight..
i pulled some out and got the cover adjusted right and then cranked the straps back and its all good.

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ok i have everything done except for the rear passenger seat.
dumb question possibly but how do i unhook the seat belt to run it thru the hole in the top of the cover?
should i unbolt the entire assembly from the floor and pull it thru that way?

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ok i have everything done except for the rear passenger seat.
dumb question possibly but how do i unhook the seat belt to run it thru the hole in the top of the cover?
should i unbolt the entire assembly from the floor and pull it thru that way?

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If i remember correctly, i had to unbolt it. It was really easy. One bolt
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If i remember correctly, i had to unbolt it. It was really easy. One bolt
ok. that's what i figured i just wanted to ask if that's how anyone else did it first
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